• Make Real Life IoT projects using Python and Microcontrollers: a Challenge by Zerynth

    Zerynth is the first vertical set of tools for designing embedded applications and IoT connected devices using any 32-bit microcontroller and cloud architecture. All in Python (or C/Python) language! Zerynth provides the middleware for smart devices and...

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  • Idiotware Shield: IoT for Arduino, Simplified on Crowd Supply

    Interesting project from Mumbai on Crowdsupply these days, they are slowly starting to collect money but the board is definitely worthy, starting at $25! The Idiotware Shield is a learning platform for quickly bringing to life hundreds...

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  • Badgerboard: open-source hardware LoRa® development board on Kickstarter

    Nordic Automation Systems released Badgerboard, an Arduino compatible LoRaWAN™ development kit, that can be easily extended to a prototype or even a small batch product. With a battery charger and an antenna connector on board. Building prototypes...

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  • Smart brick – Contest Open-Electronics

    The wireless power contest by Open Electronics is running to its end, if you want to submit your idea don’t loose time! Deadline is set to Nov 30th, send your project here. Today we are presenting a...

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  • Non-Linux Open Source Operating Systems for IoT

    A list of 9 non-linux but open source OSes for IoT: Apache Mynewt — The open source, wireless savvy Apache Mynewt for 32-bit MCUs was developed by Runtime and hosted by the Apache Software Foundation. The modular...

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  • Microsoft open-sources P language for IoT

    Microsoft’s P language, for asynchronous event-driven programming and the IoT (internet of things), has been open-sourced. Geared for embedded systems, device drivers, and distributed services, P is a domain-specific language the compiles to and interoperates with C,...

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  • Linux Open Source Operating Systems for IoT

    9 Open Source Lunix OSes dedicated to IoT: Brillo — In the year since Google released Brillo, the lightweight Android-based distro has seen growing adoption among hacker boards such as the Intel Edison and Dragonboard 410c, and...

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  • SIGFOX Maker Tour: starting from Turin, push your city!

      SigFox and LoRa will split the IoT World, when we come to distributed low bitrate internet connection. We don’t know if only one will prevail or which one, in the meantime we’d better stay updated on...

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  • Come and visit Maker Faire Rome on October 14th-16th

      “Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition” – Fourth edition 14 -16 October – Fiera di Roma Over 100,000 square metres for the largest European event on innovation Rome, 20 September 2016 – The appointment with...

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  • Intel® IoT Cloud Analytics: monitor your boards’ swarm

    Intel provides a nice feature dedicated to its IoT boards users: the IoT Analytics portal. IoT Analytics includes resources for the collection and analysis of sensor data that the Intel® IoT Developer Kit provides without having to invest...

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  • IoT Developer Prototyping Kit Google Cloud Platform Available

    Google has worked with Seeed Studio and BeagleBoard.org to bring you a developer prototyping kit, based on the new Seeed Studio BeagleBone Green Wireless board, and tailored specifically for Google Cloud Platform. The kit features the brand...

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  • ESLOV is the amazing new IoT invention kit from Arduino

    Introducing ESLOV, a revolutionary plug-and-play IoT invention kit. ESLOV consists of intelligent modules that join together to create projects in minutes with no prior hardware or programming knowledge necessary. Just connect the modules using cables or mounting them...

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  • Intel Unveils Joule: A High-Performance Atom-Powered IoT Module & Maker Kit

    Back in 2013 Intel announced Galileo, the first of what has become a collection of IoT kits/platforms for hardware developers. Galileo and its compatriots Edison and Curie turned out to be solid hits for the company –...

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  • Google is building a totally new operating system: Fuchsia

    Google is working on a totally new operating system — and it has nothing to do with Android. A page has surfaced on code-sharing GitHub about the new OS, called — for now, at least — Fuchsia....

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  • Vinduino, a wine grower’s water saving project

    If you want to learn about saving water, talk to a farmer. California farmers, including myself, voluntarily aim to reduce agricultural water consumption by 25%. This reduction (25% of 42 million acre feet/year) is more than the...

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  • Make Your Own Temperature Sensor and Email Alarm

    The Internet of Things is becoming a more ever-present part of our lives. So, it should come as no surprise that something as crucial as temperature monitoring is a part of that. Follow along with this tutorial...

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  • New IoT reference boards by Argon

    Argonboards provides complete board and software solutions based on NXP solutions revolutionizing the IOT market. The idea behind Argonboards is to allow companies to quickly evaluate the next generation NXP architectures and build a demo of their...

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  • LoRaBerry: the new Long Range Wireless for IoT available on Raspberry Pi

    Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) or Low-Power Network (LPN) is a type of wireless telecommunication network designed to allow long range communications at a low bit rate among things (connected objects), such as sensors operated on a battery....

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